Google deepmind develops differentiable neural computer with external memory

Google’s DeepMind Uses Deep Learning with External Memory to Make it “Smarter”

Google's DeepMind project has been working on some very interesting angles for deep learning, a specialized field of artificial intelligence. Essentially, using the power of brain-like neural networks, the AI system is able to...
Twitter extending Periscope app functionality to Periscope Producer

Twitter Extends Periscope Live Video App’s Reach Beyond Smartphones

Twitter's line of sight is now extending beyond smartphones into the realm of professional video production as its Periscope service start to offer Periscope Producer, an extension of the live video capability for regular...
The Ultimate iPhone Quiz

Take The Ultimate iPhone Quiz and Test your iPhone IQ!

I thought we'd do something fun today so we've put together The Ultimate iPhone Quiz. I hope you've done your homework because your iPhone IQ is about to be tested!
T-rays can speed up computer memory by 1000x

“T-rays” Can Speed Up Computer Memory by 1000X – What are They?

Imagine owning a computer with memory that's 1000 times faster than your current PC. Until now, computers have been using magnetic fields to "reset" memory cells, but new research from Russian and European scientists...
Surface Pro 4 versus Macbook Pro

Microsoft’s New Surface Pro Ad Takes a Potshot at Apple MacBook Pro

Barely two weeks after taking a swipe at the iPad Pro in an earlier ad, Microsoft's new ad for the Surface Pro 4 takes a 'below the belt' swing at Apple's MacBook Pro. The...
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Latest Windows 10 Update KB3194798 – Another Installation Fail for Microsoft

Microsoft's troubles with Windows 10 update issues seems to be persistent, with the new build KB3194798 once again showing installation problems for many users. The previous Windows 10 Update KB3194496 (Sep 29 update) wasn't installing properly...
Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., unveils Apple Pay during a product announcement at Flint Center in Cupertino, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014. Apple Inc. unveiled redesigned iPhones with bigger screens, overhauling its top-selling product in an event that gives the clearest sign yet of the company's product direction under Cook. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg *** Local Caption *** Tim Cook

The Story of Apple Pay, Apple’s Ticket to Freedom – Part 2

In Part 1 of this article, we gave an introduction to how Apple Pay is part of an ‘ecosystem’ that Apple is building around its devices and its users. We saw how Microsoft was...
How is Facebook Growing its Revenues so Fast?

If Social Media is Dead, How is Facebook Revenue Growing So Fast?

Facebook’s monstrous sales growth can easily become a case study of our times: How to double your sales every two years and keep doing it for seven years in a row. Such has been...
New MacBook Pro 2016 to come with macOS Sierra 10.12.1 at October launch

New MacBook Pro 2016 Coming October to Feature MacOS Sierra Version 10.12.1

We're all excited about the new MacBook Pro that is reportedly coming out this month, and we've just learned that Apple has released the fourth beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.1. Build 16B2548a, as it's called, is...
Apple CEO Tim Cook visits China

Tim Cook goes to Shenzhen, Apple Revving Up Its Charm Quotient in China

Apple CEO Tim Cook made a surprise visit today to the Chinese city of Shenzhen, and used the occasion to announce yet another R&D facility in China. The first announcement came during the end of...